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Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner

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Thank God!!!

Finally!!! Good 'ol R & R is back!!! Jani Sounds great, the songs rock, I love the cover of "Moonlight Mile". "Exit" and "Bruised" are two of my favorites. Much luck with the cd!!! Reminds of my teenage years and the bands of the 80's, but with a contemporary touch to it. Well done fellas!!!

The Revenge of Jani Lane

For all the Warrant fans who've wondered all these years "where's Jani", well the wait is over. Not only does he appear on one of the best rock records so far this year, but with bandmates like Blotzer this band can't miss! While some of the spirit of Warrant echoes in a couple of the tracks (Good Times, Dead Mans Shoes), these guys are also channeling the like of Thin Lizzy (Jimmy), out-rockin' Velvet Revolver (Bruised), and defining their own brand of 70's and Pop Metal fusion (All In How You Wear It). Not only is this Jani's revenge to all who doubted him, this is every rocker's revenge for the masses of pop rock schlock pouring out of the majors. Buy it and love it, this -is- the real deal.

A breath of fresh air.

I've got to say, this is one of my favorite albums that I've purchased from top to bottom in a long time. All In How You Wear It is my favorite, though Jimmy and Dead Man Shoes are also excellent. If you're a fan of the 80's and 90's stuff out of the west coast (think L.A.scene), then this is your ticket. Don't think for a minute that this is just a throwback compilation of old music given a warm-over. This is a very refined, updated, professionally produced album. I would definately welcome a second album from this lineup. These guys definately bring it all on this album. Nice work.

Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner, Saints of the Underground
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